Question about 1996 Dodge Intrepid
Check for bad flasher, or lost ground. if not pull the entire light assembly off the vehicle and there is a clipped in plastic plate in the back of the rear assembly that houses the bulbs. this plate has metal bars that run thorough the inside of it to control the individual bulbs..IE some work, others dont. what happens is the plastic plate gets too hot and disloges the bars, or causes corrosion and bingo no lights. the plates are a common problem for the chrysler mid size cars, mostly the taillight assembly. hope I helped
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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